Daily Archives: September 9, 2015

Tim Cook Announces New Iphone 6S and Iphone 6S+

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“The only thing that’s changed is everything”- Tim Cook just announced new Iphones 6S and 6+  “This is the most advanced iphones in the world,” he added. And here comes 3D Touch. Apple Inc. introduced its new iPhone, the most important product in its business, with a faster processor and …

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Apple Debuts iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, TvOS and a Smart Keyboard

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After months of rumors and speculation, the iPad Pro is here. Apple has unveiled its latest addition to the iPad tablet lineup during a special press event in San Francisco this morning. Like the rumors suggested, the iPad Pro is a larger version of the traditional iPad. Apple CEO Tim …

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Queen Elizabeth II Becomes Longest-Reigning UK Monarch

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The United Kingdom’s Queen Elizabeth II marked the day she became the longest-serving monarch in her nation’s history — by doing her job. On the day when she surpassed Queen Victoria, who served for 63 years and seven months on the throne, the beloved 89-year-old monarch carried on her ribbon-cutting …

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Tinatin Khidasheli Visits Poland, Baltic States, UK gain Support for MAP

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Defense Minister Tina Khidasheli has started a week-long five-country European tour on September 9 as part of the efforts to secure “consolidated European support” for Georgia at the NATO Warsaw summit next year, the Georgian Ministry of Defense said. Khidasheli will be visiting Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, where she plans meetings …

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Japanese Companies Will Build Waste Recycling Plants for Georgia

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Two leading Japanese environmental companies are pledging to help Georgia address its rubbish and recycling problem. Japanese firms Carbon Free Consulting and Global System Co Ltd confirmed they planned to launch new project in Georgia concerning waste management, initially in capital Tbilisi and in nearby Rustavi. In the first stage …

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FDI in Georgia up 81%, According to Preliminary Data

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According to preliminary data, foreign direct investment (FDI) increased by 81% in the second quarter of 2015, compared to the same period of the previous year. As Georgia’s National Statistics Office states, the foreign direct investment increased by 355 million USD. In the second quarter of 2015, the largest share of …

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Snap Fitness to open in Georgia’s capital Tbilisi

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A fitness franchise with nearly 1,400 locations worldwide is coming to Georgia, offering “world class” fitness facilities to the local population in capital Tbilisi. This autumn Snap Fitness will open a branch in the newly unveiled Axis shopping mall on Kazbegi Ave in Saburtalo district. Company officials said the gym …

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Georgia Records Major Improvement in Budget Transparency Ranking

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According to The International Budget Partnership, Georgia takes 16th place among 102 countries in the Open Budget Index 2015. Georgia as improved public access to budget information slightly over the past three years, according to the Open Budget Survey 2015. It is worth mentioning that receiving such points Georgia could be …

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Radisson Blue is Georgia’s Leading Hotel 2015

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The Georgian branch of leading American hospitability chain Radisson Blu now holds the title of Georgia’s leading business hotel. The World Travel Awards recognised the success of the Radisson Blu Iveria in Georgia’s capital Tbilisi with the prestigious award, and also honoured its second hotel in the Black Sea resort …

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Chinese Company could Launch a Billion Dollar Project in Georgia

Zhuhai Da Heng Qin Company Limited

One of the largest Chinese corporations Zhuhai Da Heng Qin Company Limited may begin construction of  a new motorway in Georgia worth  more than $ 1 billion – it was said at the meeting of the company management with Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili, who is currently in China. It is …

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